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A Parent’s Guide to Autism | Live Webinar + Recording

How to Connect, Build Affection, and Manage Emotions in your ASD Child

$30.00 inc. GST

Monday 20th July | 8pm AEST
7.30pm SA | 6pm WA | 10pm NZ


Please note that this webinar is included in all of our Happy Families memberships, starting at just $10 per month. Find out more.


Having a child with autism or Asperger’s syndrome places unique demands on parents. Nothing seems to be quite the way it was “supposed” to be. Communication, affection, behaviour, learning, and almost every aspect of life for a non-typically-developing child and their family can present challenges. Just a simple trip to the shops – not to mention getting through over a decade of formalised schooling – can seem near impossible some days.

This webinar is for every parent or educator who wants to know how to strengthen their bond with their autistic or Asperger’s child or student. It is for everyone who has ever wondered, “What am I doing wrong?” when their child won’t calm down, communicate, hug, or look them in the eyes. It is for every parent or educator who wants to know how to manage those meltdowns on days when it feels like the sky is falling in on their beautiful child who just can’t understand why no one around them can understand.

Join Dr Michelle Garnett as she and Dr Justin Coulson present A Parent’s Guide to Autism, a special webinar event especially for parents, teachers, and those who work or live with a child on the autism spectrum.


Dr Michelle Garnett PhD is a clinical psychologist who has specialized in autism for 27 years. She co-wrote the first screening tool for Asperger’s syndrome in 1993 as part of her Master’s thesis, and the world’s first screener for girls and women in 2011. Her PhD contributed original research on the impact of psychological health on autism in children and teens. Since then Michelle has co-authored numerous books and peer reviewed journal articles. In 2005 Michelle founded Minds & Hearts, a specialist autism clinic in Brisbane, and was the Director Principal Psychologist there for 15 years. She has been the keynote speaker at several international conferences. She currently provides consultancy, training and supervision in autism.

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